MACHOOK, KEOULKEECH, & KETTCH
(Marvel Comics' STAR WARS)

Machook, Keoulkeech, and Kettch

Source: Expanded Universe:
Marvel Comics Star Wars
Year: 2009
Retail: $12.99
Assortment: Comic Packs
Number: None
Assortment Number: 87884/87504
UPC Number: 6 56569 38426 7
Weapons and Accessories:

  • Axe
  • Knife
  • 2 Spears
  • 3 Ewok Hoods
  • Stormtrooper Belt
  • Stormtrooper Helmet
  • Stormtrooper Chest Armor
  • Star Wars #94 reprint comic book



  • Comments: The Rebels are victorious over the evil Empire, but their fragile new Alliance is in jeopardy. A Hiromi spy secretly instigates a misunderstanding between the Ewoks and the Lahsbees. The conflict threatens to become an all-out war that will engulf the rest of the galaxy. Will the Rebels help the Ewoks and Lahsbees resolve their conflict before its too late?











    Points of Interest:
  • Machook is a repaint of Graak from 2007's TAC Romba & Graak. This time around, he has a modified hood and a head with pointy ears.
  • Keoulkeech is a repaint of Graak from 2007's TAC Romba & Graak. This time around, he has a new head with flattened ears and wears Romba's hood and a new Stormtrooper belt. He can also wear an oversized Stormtrooper helmet.
  • Kettch is a repaint of Romba from 2007's TAC Romba & Graak. This time around, he wears the chest armor from a Clone Trooper (Training Fatigues). It should also be noted that "Kettch" is not the name of an actual Ewok, but was a made up character during the Wraith Squadron novels.
  • For more information on the Marvel Comics Star Wars comic book series, check out our cover gallery and Jedi Journals entry.
  • The packaging for this comic pack is not numbered, while the indicia of this comic says #36.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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